Halvorson Design and Worcester Polytechnic Institute received the 2018 AIA Central Massachusetts Merit Award for the WPI Quad and Wedge Dining Terrace. These transformative projects were the first project implemented in the conceptual framework plan developed by Halvorson Design.
At the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce government affairs forum in October, Mayor Walsh released the Climate Ready South Boston report to a group of business leaders.
The South Boston-specific plan—developed by Arcadis, Halvorson Design, the Woods Hole Group, and CivicMoxie—Identifies major flood pathways in the district and outlines recommendations for protecting the city’s’ most vulnerable areas.
Wicked Local Cambridge talks with Mount Auburn Cemetery’s Vice President of Cemetery and Visitor Services, about how this nearly 190-year-old cemetery manages to stay “open for business” through innovative new ways of memorialization.
Mount Auburn Cemetery has been developing additional burial space since the 1990s, after working with Halvorson Design on the master plan for their 175-acre.private cemetery.
Cynthia Smith and Iris Lin traveled to Washington, DC, to accept the Top Honor Award from The Waterfront Center for the transformation of a contaminated industrial site into a resilient waterfront park that not only serves as a critical link to the Boston Harborwalk and the Neponset River Greenway but also restores the shoreline back to its original form as a salt marsh habitat.
Construction has begun on The Smith, a new multi-family residential development located in Boston’s South End. The project is being developed by Leggat McCall Properties and Bentall Kennedy, who are also working with development advisor Bozzuto, and designed by CBT Architects with landscape architecture by Halvorson Design Partnership.
The Boston Globe reports that Samuels & Associates has partnered with Core Investments on the development of Washington Village in South Boston.
This multi-family residential development, designed by Prellwitz Chilinski with landscape by Halvorson Design, creates an activated public realm, featuring tree-lined sidewalks, pedestrian promenades, a public plaza, village green, private shared street, and a pocket park.
The new Dover High School welcomed students for their first day of classes.
This new 302,000-square-foot building, designed by HMFH Architects with landscape architecture by Halvorson Design, was described by students and faculty on opening day as “breathtaking,” “amazing,” a “top-notch facility,” and an “upgrade in every way.”